Today's Evil Beet Gossip

Heidi Fleiss Arrested on Drug Charges


Oh, man. This chick just can’t get it right. She’s managed to open a legal male brothel in Nevada, but she can’t seem to kick the pill habit.

Heidi Fleiss was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence and possessing drugs without a prescription.

Nevada deputies responded to a DUI call and contacted Heidi this morning.

“During the investigation she was found to have prescription narcotics on her person, not in a prescription bottle, and could produce no evidence that the prescription pain medication had been prescribed to her,” police said in a press release. “She was arrested and transported to [jail].”

Amy Winehouse Won’t Be at the Grammys


Amy was not able to get a visa to travel to the U.S. to attend the Grammys, where she received 6 nominations. The American Embassy in London rejected the visa application, ostensibly because she’s a walking disaster. If only we could do the same thing to Britney.

Reads the statement from her publicist:

“Amy has been progressing well since entering a rehabilitation clinic two weeks ago, and although disappointed with the decision, has accepted the ruling and will be concentrating on her recovery. Amy has been treated well and fairly by the Embassy staff and thanks everyone for their support in trying to make this happen. There will of course be other opportunities and she very much looks forward to visiting America in the near future.”

Lauren Conrad’s Fashion Line Hits the Racks


Now you, too, can look like Lauren Conrad … for a ridiculous price.

LC’s line launched last night at LA boutique Intuition.

By the time the party started at 6 p.m. Tuesday, there were already more than 20 people waiting outside to secure a spot.

Inside, guests munched on mini-cupcakes from The Buttercake Bakery (with flavors like red-velvet, and vanilla with chocolate icing) and sipped champagne and a specialty cocktail called “The L.C.” — which is made with 2 parts Domaine de Canton Liqueur, 3 parts chilled Prosecco, a fresh squeeze of lemon and a twist.

Though the food and drink were flowing, a radiant Conrad, 22, chatted confidently to her customers about her new line and the inspirations for the clothes, which included The Audrina Dress, named for pal Audrina Patridge.

The color palette of the collection included black, white, dark blue, brown and burnt orange, and her pieces, which took up an entire section of the store and were modeled by some store employees, ran the gambit from leggings to tube tops to party dresses.